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Thanks again to everybody who donated to Sharon Cullar’s Chip In fundraiser. So far, we’ve managed to raise $2,720, that’s just wonderful.

Unfortunately, we’re a little off the target that Sharon needs to help her stay in her home, so some of Sharon’s friends are organising an E-bay Auction to help raise the rest of the funds required.

With this in mind, we need freebies from bloggers, authors, editors, publishers, web designers, so if you have items to donate – books or book baskets/collections, critiques, ARCs of upcoming releases, review spreads, mentoring opportunities, web or promotional material design work etc., please email the item description to Roslyn Holcombe at roslynholcomb @ mac.com (no spaces).

You guys have been amazing so far, and I think it would be fabulous if we could do something this important for one of our own.

If any of you still want to donate to the Chip In Fund, you can do so here. All donations will be gratefully received.

Or simply click on the Chip In Icon below.

Once again, please feel free to copy and paste, and post this info onto your respective blogs, the more people know about this, the more successful we’ll be I’m sure.

Thanks again for the wonderful effort so far.

For Sharon’s story, please click here.

Edited to add:

The auction starts tomorrow, so if you want the chance to buy some great stuff, please click, here.

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  • Duly posted 🙂

    And I’m going through the autographed books I still have left from RWA to see what I can send on over for the auction!

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  • Awesome idea! We can DO this! We can ALL help Sharon.

    Paz

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  • Does anybody know where and to whom the donated items are supposed to be sent? I haven’t seen any info on how to get them to the people running this (or are contributors themselves supposed to mail items directly to the auction winners?)

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  • Hi KZ, I think Emma Petersen will be notifying the donors re where to send the stuff, as the items are won.

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